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What is the name of the city?
Located in northwest Mexico on the southern part of the Baja California Peninsula, this is a region where the desert meets the sea, allowing you totake in breathtaking scenery.

Why is it an interesting place?
Los Cabos (The Capes) is one of Mexico’s most beautiful and exclusive destinations. It lies on the southernmost tip of the BajaCalifornia Peninsula, 220 kilometers (136 miles) south of La Paz. The climate is warm throughout most of the year, with an average temperature of 26º C (79º F).

How can you get there?
Cabo San Lucas islocated at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula, 220 km south of La Paz.

By land:
Take Hwy Transpeninsular Number 1, which runs from Tijuana to Los Cabos.

By air:

Los Cabosis a place that is easily accessible, especially when traveling by air. The local aviation facilities are the Los Cabos International Airport, located just outside of San Jose del Cabo.

The LosCabos International Airport is home to a large number of airlines, being the same very convenient to major U.S. airports as well as major airports in Mexico.

By sea:

Take a ferry across the Sea ofCortez from the ports of Topolobampo and Mazatlan, Sinaloa, to the port of La Paz. From there, you can travel by bus to Los Cabos.

What are the most important places to visit?
During the winter InLos Cabos you can admire one of the most beautiful natural phenomena to occur on Mexico’s coasts: the courtship, mating and birth process of the gray whale. During peak summer months, Magdalena Bayis perfect for scuba diving, kayaking, sportfishing, also to enjoy a romantic getaway on a pristine beach as you gaze out onto El Arco, a rocky arch formation is considered a landmark of thisdestination.
Los Cabos unites together the waters of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez (also called the Gulf of California). UNESCO declared 244 islands and protected areas of the Sea of Cortez a...